The Years of the Potential Life Lost due to Breast Cancer Assessment Results in St. Petersburg Population

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Abstract. Data analysis contained in the official forms of medical statistics allows us to state that in St. Petersburg in 2011–2012 yr. 8% breast cancer incidence increase and 6% mortality rates decrease in women were noted. Years of potential life lost due to breast cancer in 2012 yr. among St. Petersburg female residents in aged 30 to 64 years decreased 8% compared with 2011 yr. data (2632 and 2435 in 2011–2012, respectively). Years of potential life lost due to breast cancer in 2011–2012 yr. decreased 16% (1101 and 948 in 2011–2012 yr. respectively) in St. Petersburg women aged 50 to 59 years (group of maximum incidence rate among patients with malignant neoplasms of the mammary glands). The results of medical care assessment providing to breast cancer patients in St. Petersburg over the past 9 years has allowed to state the positive dynamics in the anticancer fight effectiveness. In 2011–2018 yr. the incidence of breast cancer in women in St. Petersburg increased by 28,2% (from 45,670/0000 in 2011 yr. to 58,580/0000 in 2018 yr.), and the 5-year survival rate of patients with breast cancer in St. Petersburg increased by 4,9% (from 60,4% to 63,4% in 2011 and 2018 yr. respectively). Considering these data the number of years of potential life lost due to breast cancer in the analyzed period decreased. This circumstance can be regarded as one of the indicators of the medical care quality in breast cancer patients and as an indicator of the proper organization of oncological service functioning in the administrative and industrial center of Russia.


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G. M. Orlov

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

N. S. Romanenkov

*; North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg; Saint Petersburg

K. N. Movchan

*; North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg; Saint Petersburg

A. Yu. Botyan

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

R. E. Senkov

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

M. Yu. Bahtin

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

A. V. Zharkov

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

O. I. Yakovenko

*; North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg; Saint Petersburg

R. M. Gedgafov

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

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Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

K. I. Rusakevich

Медицинский информационно-аналитический центр

Email: nickrom@inbox.ru

Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg

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Fig. 1. Distribution of mortality among residents of St. Petersburg in 2011, taking into account age and causes of death

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Fig. 2. Distribution of YPLL of residents of St. Petersburg in 2011, taking into account age and causes of death

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Fig. 3. The number of PYLL among residents of St. Petersburg who died from malignant neoplasms in 2011–2012.

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Fig. 4. The number of PYLL among residents of St. Petersburg who died from malignant neoplasm in 2011, taking into account gender differences

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Fig. 5. The number of PYLL among residents of St. Petersburg who died from malignant neoplasm in 2012, taking into account gender differences

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Fig. 6. Distribution of breast cancer cases in St. Petersburg in 2011–2012. taking into account the age of the patients

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Fig. 7. PYLL among female residents of St. Petersburg who died due to malignant neoplasm of breast cancer in 2011–2012.

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Fig. 8. Distribution of the PYLL index in St. Petersburg, taking into account the territory of residence of patients who died due to malignant neoplasm of breast cancer

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Copyright (c) 2020 Orlov G.M., Romanenkov N.S., Movchan K.N., Botyan A.Y., Senkov R.E., Bahtin M.Y., Zharkov A.V., Yakovenko O.I., Gedgafov R.M., Rusakevich K.I.

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